This week: WordPress in 2022, Headless, WP2Static, WooCommerce and Gutenberg blocks, and much more.
On the convesio blog, Brian Francoeur speculates on WordPress’ bearings in 2022. According to him, the systems’ future will rest mainly on optimization, Full Site Editing, and Headless.
Max Denysenko has published the second part of his safety guide. This time he focuses on how to output variables.
Miriam Schwab on the Strattic blog outlines how WordPress fits into the world of headless and Jamstack.
WP Racoon provides an interesting analysis of Black Friday sales. Some companies have been quite misleading by offering discounts in name only.
Wp-content.co presents an engaging interview with Miriam Schwab.
A tutorial on the WooCommerce blog explains how WooCommerce deals with rendering interactive blocks in the frontend.
If the generation time of a static page in WP2Static is becoming an annoyance, this article will help you with some tips on how to speed up the process.
Fränk Klein shares his thoughts on building hybrid themes.
WebDevStudios present a case study from the Do The Woo redesign.
Mary Baum has been appointed to succeed Francesca Marano as Core Team Representative for 2022.
Advent articles have finally started appearing on the 24 Days in December website.
Konstantin Kovshenin continues his series of articles on the cache. This time he compares the speed of Redis, Memcached, and file_get_contents.
Cloudways is proud to partner itself with Object Cache Pro.
Ian Pouncey explains what the WCAG 2.1 Level AAA is.
10up shows how to create in Gutenberg a block that looks and works like Winamp.
WordCamp Taiwan will take place on December 11-12.
State of Word 2021 will happen on 14th December.
Excellent news comes from Big Orange Heart. WordFest Live 2022 will take place on March 4.
The WordPress Career Summit will take place on April 8, 2022.
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